Sent in a rough draft of a character sheet! If we go the Warden route, I'll probably need to do some editing on it.
Edit: GM is looking it over--got permission to post it here in the interim!
Ashaad is a patient sort of person. Unlike many more stern or stoic members of the Beresaad, Ashaad is aware that bas
absolutely love and adore talking, even when stating very obvious or strange things. As such, he's practically sociable
for one of the horned giants of the Qun. He's also the type that, despite his skill with a bow and his deftness, would rather avoid conflict when possible, as his job as a member of the Beresaad is to bring answers to the Arishok, not seek out conflict. However, he still has that baffling stubborn behavior peculiar to many Qunari about discussing the Qun--more enigmatic than helpful. Ultimately, he's a shrewd individual that works well with others, though.History:
Ashaad has characterized himself as patient from even his youth. He showed an aptitude for ranged weaponry, particularly the longbow, and he had a deft tongue as well as hands, which earned him a spot in Beresaad of the Antaam after evaluation. He does show an aptitude for leadership, but he's not quite ready to take on leadership roles. He's being tested for aptitude for such by intelligence missions and interacting with non-Qunari, which he did well with in his early years when he moved from Par Vollen to Rivain.
So why is Ashaad at Ostagar? The Arishok sends forth members of the Beresaad on intelligence missions...and the Arishok has many
questions regarding Ferelden, its leadership, and how its military works. The army at Ostagar drew quiet and subtle attention from the followers of the Qun. After all, there had been talk at Ostagar of asking the Orlesians for help--word of the horde at Ostagar spread wide over many parts of Thedas as well, so this is the perfect time for enterprising members of the Beresaad to see Ferelden's best in action. And nothing says Ashaad can't contribute and help against the Blight as he does that.
There's a lot more to him, but he plays his history rather close to the chest.
|Class:||Rogue ||Languages:||Qunlat, Trade Tongue |
|Background:||Qunari Beresaad ||Weapon Groups:||Bows, Brawling, L. Weapons, Staves|
* Primary Ability
|*Communication:||2 (Leadership)** ||Magic:||-2 |
|Constitution:||1 (Stamina)** ||*Perception:||3 |
|Cunning:||2 (Qun) ||Strength:||1 |
|*Dexterity:||3 ||Willpower:||1 |
** Focus was rolled as Qunari Beresaad background benefit.
|Weapon: ||Long bow ||Attack Roll:||Dexterity (Bows) ||Damage:||1d6 + 3 + Perception |
|Weapon:|| Quarterstaff||Attack Roll: || Dexterity (Staves)||Damage: ||1d6 + 1 + Strength|
Backstab, Rogue's ArmorEquipment:
Backpack, Traveler's Garb, Waterskin, Light Leather Armor (AR 3, AP 0), Longbow, Quiver (20 arrows), Quarterstaff, 62 SPTalents:
|(Novice) ||(Journeyman) ||(Master) |
|Scouting|| || |